Dem Rep. Quigley: We Will Go Back to Russia Investigation After Impeachment

‘I want the public to know that the investigation of this president, the desire to hold him accountable will continue’

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QUIGLEY: "Some of that is up to Mitch. I am aware that that information was transferred to my committee, the House Select Committee on Intelligence. It remains to be seen exactly what’s in there and how they are valued. You’re right, though, we have learned in the meantime, recently, through private litigation about other information. For example, that the president, 90 minutes after the call with President Zelensky ordered the halt of military aid to our ally in Ukraine. So I suspect we’re going to be continuing to learn. And when this process is all over, the Committee on Intelligence will continue to investigate this president from all the issues relating to the Russia investigation, including money laundering. So I want the public to know that the investigation of this president, the desire to hold him accountable will continue."

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